6 Las Vegas Brunches To Try Outdoors

In terms of idyllic ways to enjoy a meal, an outdoor brunch on an afternoon with perfect weather ranks right up near the top. With almost 300 days a year of sunshine, savvy Las Vegas restaurants have made dining alfresco a sought-after weekly occasion. Plus, in this 24-hour city there’s always high demand for Bloody…


MGM National Harbor Bringing Las Vegas Culinary Experience to East Coast

MGM National Harbor has partnered with the biggest names in the food world to produce exclusive dining concepts when the resort opens in Maryland in the second half of 2016. The powerhouse lineup of celebrated chefs includes José Andrés, Marcus Samuelsson, and Bryan and Michael Voltaggio — to lead its culinary program. Newly appointed Executive…


5 Reasons To Check Out Las Vegas’ New T-Mobile Arena

Las Vegas’ freshly minted T-Mobile Arena, a $375-million, 20,000-seat concert and sports venue, which glows magenta thanks to its naming sponsor, has quickly become the city’s epicenter of entertainment. Inside you’ll find draught cocktails, a poke bar and a nightclub-style lounge with a birds-eye view of the “bowl” helmed by hospitality company SBE. A partnership…


10 Las Vegas Pools Making The Biggest Waves This Year

Las Vegas recently debuted The Park, a fun, Mojave Desert-inspired public space that will serve as the pedestrian pathway to the all-new T-Mobile Arena. One of the attraction’s highlights is a pair of “water walls” that extends 100 feet on both sides of walking visitors. It’s a gorgeous site, but come those 90-degree summer days,…


Las Vegas Strip’s First Park Debuts Today

MGM Resorts International today unveils The Park, a vibrant outdoor dining and entertainment district celebrating the beauty of the surrounding desert landscape and offering visitors a new way to experience the Las Vegas Strip. Located between New York-New York and Monte Carlo resorts, The Park is designed to become a social gathering space where guests…


The 11 Best Pool Parties in Las Vegas, Ranked

Las Vegas is wild year-round, but add in it’s epic pool parties — that generally rage from early March till Labor Day — and right about now just may be the most raucous time in the most raucous city in the world. Booze, bikinis, EDM…it’s a trifecta of debauchery during pool party season, and we…


Why It’s Okay to Love Las Vegas

I have a confession, and it’s one that often startles my travel-savvy friends: Las Vegas is one of my favorite places in the world. I adore every marabou-trimmed, neon-lit inch of a place whose patron saint should be Liberace. If you’re unconvinced of its charms—and many people might be—allow me a moment to persuade you….


11 Chefs and Restaurateurs Tell Us Their Favorite Restaurants in Las Vegas

Each year, about 40 million travelers visit the desert oasis city of Las Vegas for more than just gambling. Vegas has become a must-visit dining destination, with popular restaurants all over the Strip and the city (and a handful of new ones opening monthly). So where does the backbone of the Vegas food scene like…


Westgate Las Vegas Show Celebrates Many Shades of ‘Twisted’ Sin City Life

PHOTO: Twisted Vegas (Courtesy Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino) Quick, when you think of Las Vegas what do you think of? Well, the hotels, naturally (and the accompanying ‘resort fees’). Celine Dion. Drive-by wedding chapels. The Bellagio Fountains. Elvis. Sinatra. The many Cirque du Soleil shows about town. And more, of course, all of…


IPEC Las Vegas’ New Hotel and Conference Center Concept: 5 Trends That Defined the Week of Feb. 12-18

Photo courtesy of IPEC Las Vegas IPEC Las Vegas has introduced a new iteration to the accommodations/conference center category. Attendees to wedding celebrations, conferences, conventions, or galas at the facility have exclusive use of the 46 on-site guestrooms. Since opening in September 2015, response has been overwhelmingly positive. Click to find out more about this…